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A judge has agreed to hear an application to extend an eviction deadline for Nanaimo's homeless encampment given new temporary modular housing is set to open next month in the city.
Downtown Eastside resident's attempt to have his lawsuit against Sahota family certified as a class action lawsuit has failed in the B.C. Court of Appeal.
Health experts have differing opinions on whether there's scientific merit to banning cannabis use for weeks before people in safety-sensitive jobs report for duty.
Allegations of voter fraud have been made in Surrey with just a week to go before provincewide civic elections.
The newest lawsuit against Yi An “Ethan” Sun, his wife Yulan Hu and nine associates at the Istuary Group of Companies claims they committed immigration fraud and business fraud, defrauding 27 investors of $18 million.
A B.C. forest company has been ordered to pay $80,000 in damages after cutting down dozens of trees in a couple's backyard — trees that had been on the family property for generations.
The National Energy Board has laid out next steps to review the impact of the Trans Mountain pipeline on the marine environment, and has given 99 stakeholders tight deadlines to have their say on the proposed expansion.
Ashley Lee says she was frozen with fear when a male student went on a terrifying rampage last week.
On Friday, the City of Vancouver said messages from the Canada Wenzhou Friendship Society are circulating on the social media app, WeChat, appearing to offer money for voting in Richmond, Burnaby and Vancouver.
A historic country hall in Silverhill — a small enclave of rural homes in Mission, B.C. — burned overnight, leaving those who had just refurbished the community hub saddened.
RCMP say the boys, who are 14 and 15, were arrested without incident.
RCMP are investigating after two animal traps were found near Steveston Village on Monday.
VPD special project targeted opportunistic thieves stealing electronic devices from restaurant patios and coffee shops.
The Forest Practices Board says the investigation of a complaint by two trappers in the Nazko area has determined that the fisher is at a high risk of decline or elimination in the region.
Members of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation near Prince George, B.C., say they're worried after their homes were rocked by a pipeline explosion Tuesday, despite assurances from Enbridge that safety is their top priority.
Wendy Holm, a leading opponent of the Site C dam in northeastern B.C., is sharing her concerns with northerners.
'While debates are an important mechanism to communicate with the general public, the structure of them has a large impact on how valuable these public forums can be,' says the Conservative MP and former Surrey mayor.
Several school districts are advising students to bundle up for class, as the heating in schools is turned down or turned off.
B.C.'s Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Resource Development says tree poaching — illegally cutting and selling timber from crown lands — is a growing problem on Vancouver Island.
The Peace River Regional District tells residents of the Old Fort, B.C., that it will be enforcing an evacuation order put in place because of a slow-moving landslide.